NASHVILLE – Christina Braseel believes her brother, Adam, sits in prison for another man’s crime.
She and about three dozen friends and relatives gathered Tuesday in the shadow of the state Capitol and the Tennessee Supreme Court building to call attention to her brother’s case. Wearing T-shirts and waving signs emblazoned with Adam Braseel’s image, they marched across the Legislative Plaza chanting his name.
“All these people are out here today because they know something’s not right,” the sister said. “Too many things in this case just don’t add up.”
The crowd included Braseel’s 76-year-old mother, Imojean, in a wheelchair and on oxygen. Read more >>